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Starting Your Irish Family Tree Research

Setting out on your journey to discover your Irish ancestors? Here are some tips from Genealogy Ireland experts for how you can find out more about your family tree…

Finders International Ireland Attends Inaugural AGM for the IAPPR

Finders International is one of the founder members of the International Association of Professional Probate Researchers Genealogists and Heir Hunters (IAPPR) which held its inaugural AGM in September...

Finding Next of Kin for Councils

Did you know that Finders Ireland works with councils, hospitals and coroners in Ireland to find people’s next of kin for free?

NY Workers Raise Money for Belfast Connolly Centre

New York transport workers have given the go-ahead to create a new interpretative centre in Belfast that focuses on James Connolly.

House Prices to Rise Unless ‘Drastic’ Action Taken

An Irish property website has warned that house prices in Ireland will continue to rise for the next five to ten years unless drastic action is taken.

Census Results Show Irish Population in Good Health

Almost 6 in 10 people in Ireland reckon they enjoy very good health, according to the latest results issued by the Central Statistics Office.

Dementia - Ireland

Dementia Cases To Triple

One issue that is in the news often these days is dementia. In Ireland, cases of dementia are set to triple over the next 25 years, according to one expert.

Unfaithful Girlfriend Challenges Inheritance Right

Here at Finders Ireland, we’re used to stories about inheritance battles but this one featured
in the Indy Star recently piqued our interest in particular.

Seven Ways To Spend The Kids Inheritance

Ever heard of the old Irish saying, “Only a fool would die solvent”? Nowadays, that
sentiment resonates with many.

Family Discussions: The Taboo Of Inheritance

While wealthier benefactors are more likely to have a will in place, this does not mean they
have discussed their plans with their heirs.

19th Century Crimes In Ireland

Stone-throwing, ferret stealing and harsh punishments for tiny sum thefts, there’s no doubt crime was different in 19th Century Ireland as this fascinating article in Ireland’s Independent News & Media shows.

Genealogy Ireland – The A-Z Of Terms, Part 1

If you are looking into your Irish family tree, you will come across certain genealogical terms. Most of them are straightforward, but some require further explanation.

Ensuring Your Pet Is Provided For After Your Death

Did you know that 61 percent of all Irish households own either a cat or a dog, and that 91 percent of them think of their cat or dog as a member of their own family?

Uncomfortable Conversations – Death

In our line of work – probate genealogy or heir hunting as it’s commonly known – we often need to have uncomfortable conversations.

Leaving Money To Charity When You Die

The late actor Alan Rickman reportedly left some £100,000 in his will to various charities.

The Irish Wake And Modern Funeral Options In Ireland

These days, funerals can take many different forms and in modern-day Ireland there are plenty of options for the final send-off.

The Downsides Of A Large Inheritance

Is there a downside to inheriting a fortune? Nothing obvious springs to mind, but perhaps that’s superficial.

Centenarians In Ireland

At the last official count (2014), there were more than 400 centenarians in Ireland – and an exclusive group of super centenarians (all of them women) who have lived past the age of 110.

Ireland: Inheritance Rights Explained

What inheritance rights apply in Ireland? Recent changes to the laws have extended inheritance rights to civil partners and co-habitants, but the rights are complex.

Weird And Wonderful Will Bequests

Hair taken from the dead man’s head, a birthday and enough money for a great wake party – that’s just some of the weird and wonderful things people have left in their wills.

Irish Passports: EU Vote Doesn’t Change Eligibility

Following last week’s Brexit vote, there has been a rush of people in the UK applying for Irish passports.

Need Genealogy Ireland Experts?

Do you need genealogy Ireland experts for media purposes? If so, Finders Ireland can help.

Cost Of Dying Around The World [Infographic]

If the cost of living is rising, what about the cost of dying?

An Irish Inheritance Scam – How To Avoid Being Caught Out

Recently a respected Dublin law firm was contacted by an Australian man who had received a letter, purportedly from them, regarding a potential inheritance.

Irish Sisters Look To Britain In Search For Missing Mother

TWO Irish women who have not seen their mother in over 50 years are hoping the Irish community in Britain can help them locate her.

Removable Cousins – What This Genealogical Term Means

If the BBC Series 10 Heir Hunters is of interest to you or you have been investigating family history research, then you may well have heard terms such as second cousin once removed.

Missing Beneficiary Indemnity Insurance – Why It Might Be Necessary

One of the services offered by Finders International is missing beneficiary indemnity insurance, but what exactly is this?

Genealogists Ireland

Are you looking for genealogists in Ireland? If so, you have come to the right place.

Overseas Assets Searches

Did you know that one of the services that Finders International offers is overseas asset searches?

How To Create A Family Wall In Your Home

While it’s common for people to create family photo walls, adding in history about your family adds another level of interest – fascinating for your family and interesting to any visitors that come to your home. It will certainly be a talking point.

Your Family Tree And How We Can Help

As we are in the business of seeking out missing wills and the next of kin when people die intestate (in other words, without a valid will), our research often means we encounter families torn apart by different circumstances.

Lunacy Act Replaced By Assisted Decision Making Provisions

Ireland’s national parliament (the Oireachtas) has repealed the 144-year-old lunacy act.

Irish Surnames – The Origins

Here at Finders Ireland, we find surnames incredibly interesting as you might imagine. The surname is usually the first clue we have to go on when we work to locate the rightful beneficiaries to an estate.

Adoption – Finders International Can Help

One of the perhaps lesser-known services offered by Finders International is that we can help you search for birth parents or relatives if you were adopted as a child.

Half Of Irish People Not Prepared For Death

Did you know that only three in ten Irish people have drafted a will and 50 percent have made no preparations for death?

Preparing A Will In Ireland

Finders International deals mainly with the estates of people who have died intestate, so a crucial part of our advice to the general population is to make a will as soon as possible.

A Grant Of Probate And What It Means

Following a bereavement in a family comes the difficult reality of the legal process called probate. Here we explain exactly what this means and how it works when it comes to grant of probate.

Irish-American Connections

Did you know that some 40 million Americans currently claim Irish heritage? Here at Finders International, we are well aware of the Irish-American connections as finding the rightful heirs to an estate can often lead us to the US.

What To Do If You Are Contacted By An Heir Hunter

Nowadays, people are more familiar with the work of probate genealogists or heir hunters as they are more commonly known, thanks to programmes such as BBC1’s Heir Hunters, and information available online.

The Intestacy Jigsaw

The distribution of an estate as specified by a will is often a challenging matter with extensive legal documentation becoming the bugbear of law firms instructed to carry out the wishes of the Deceased.

Finders Help The Herald In Reuniting Long Lost Brothers

An 80-year-old man who believed all his life he was an only child has received confirmation this week he has a 78-year-old brother.

Finders International Expanding – Dublin Office Opens

This week, we thought we could celebrate the opening of our new Dublin office – Suite 5073, Unit 1, 77 Sir John Rogerson’s quay, Dublin – by taking a look at some popular Irish surnames and explain their origins.

Private: The Whys, Whats And Wherefores Of Statutory Wills

Finders International has worked on numerous cases where a statutory will application has been made. Usually it is the case that next of kin need to be researched and traced as soon as possible and we are happy to meet any deadlines involved.

New War Diaries Collections Are Now Online

The anniversary of the start of the First World War last year encouraged a huge surge of interest from people investigating the part their ancestors played in the conflict.

Bostonherald : An unknowing Bostonian could be heir to $700G

Your great aunt Lizzie or great grandma Eliza could be your link to a $700,000 cash windfall thanks to a stranded inheritance in a Royal bank account in London.

Finders International has been featured in the Parchment magazine

Probate genealogy company Finders International has recently launched a new service across Ireland relating to vacant and derelict properties.

ireland-property-crisis

Finders International feature on RTE documentary: Ireland’s Property Crisis

This clip shows our Dublin office manager Padraic Grennan working on a case involving a derelict property in Co. Waterford. The property had been vacant for over 30 years and the case featured in a recent RTE documentary called “Ireland’s Property Crisis”.

Finders IE on Cork 103

Business development Manager Padraic Grennan joins Patricia Messinger on Cork Today. Padraic again, hot on the topic about Finders new service regarding derelict properties.

Finders IE on Northernsound 27 04 17

Padraic Grennan joins Tessa Fleming on northernsound.ie. Padraic enlightens listeners to our new services regarding derelict properties.

An old war medal and its rightful owner

An appeal was made recently on RTE Radio 1’s “Liveline” programme by a member of the public who had found an old war medal and wished for it to be returned to its rightful owner.

Inherit property you knew nothing about? It can happen

We are the people who knock on the door to say your long lost Uncle Jimmy has left you an inheritance. That’s what we do.

Padraic Grennan on newstalk

Padraic Grennan speaks to Bobby Kerr from Newstalk FM about our office in Dublin and how we can help with derelict properties.

Generational Inheritance Inequalities

A recent Institute for Fiscal Studies briefing note shows that today’s elderly population has more wealth to bequeath than previous generations, thanks to rising home ownership rates and house prices.

Number Of Paupers’ Funerals On The Rise

The cost of dying continues to rise, placing more pressure on councils that have to pay for ‘paupers’ funerals’.

Finders IE John Masterson Of KCLR96fm

Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with John Masterson of KCLR96fm.

Finders IE Alison Curtis Of Today FM

Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with Alison Curtis of Today FM.

NEW FUNERAL FUND LAUNCHED

Finders International has launched a significant social initiative aimed at benefiting hard-pressed local authorities and hospitals.

Probate And Genealogy Association Launched

A new association has recently been launched for the industry of probate genealogy research with the aim of providing a single authoritative source of opinion and advice.

O’Donnell Brother Reunited

Brothers Fred and Jimmy O’Donnell spent 80 years apart. Their Irish mother gave birth out of wedlock, first to Jimmy, who was placed in an orphanage, and later to Fred, who grew up in a Catholic boy’s institution.

Finders International On Ireland AM

Finders International has an office in Dublin & business development manager Padraic Grennan joined Ireland: AM to have a chat about a case we have recently helped on.

Finders International Feature On Ireland’s Anton Savage Show

Padraic Grennan on Ireland’s Anton Savage show

Kelly Twins Update With Finders On Corks Red FM

Padraic Grennan talks to Neil Prendeville on Corks Red FM with an update to the case of the Irish Kelly twins, Bill and John.

Finders On RedFM With Neil Prendeville Pt.2

Padraic Grennan on RedFM with Neil Prendeville Pt.2

Search For The Next Of Kin Of Estranged Irish Twins

A massive search went underway today (Thursday 18th Feb) for the next-of-kin of two Irish brothers who died within weeks of each other in London, and who potentially may be buried there in paupers’ graves.

Finders On Corks 96fm With PJ Coogan

Padraic Grennan on Corks 96fm with PJ Coogan

Finders On RedFM With Neil Prendeville

Padraic Grennan on RedFM with Neil Prendeville

ITV This Morning Featuring MD Daniel Curran

The #HeirHunters have landed!

Long-Lost Brothers Celebrate Their First Christmas Together After 80 Years Apart

Two brothers who spent 80 years unaware of each other’s existence are celebrating their first Christmas together.

Where There’s No Will, There’s Still A Way To Find Heirs To Estates

Filming for the 10th series of BBC show Heir Hunters is to take place in Ireland this autumn and will feature searches for the beneficiaries of deceased Irish people’s estates.

Over €2.4 Million Unclaimed From People Who Died Without Wills

More than €2.4 million in unclaimed money is being held in the State’s coffers from the estates of people who died and left no wills and no known beneficiaries, new figures show.

MULLINGAR HEIR MYSTERY

MULLINGAR HEIR MYSTERY: Someone in Mullingar could be entitled to a €700,000 windfall

Heir Hunters Seek Lost Relatives Of Man Called Curran In Ballina

A HUNT is under way for the Ballina descendants of a single man who died without a will in London in 2012.

Irish Law Gazette Champions Finders International’s Arrival In Ireland

Assisting law firms throughout Britain since 1997, probate genealogists Finders International are regarded as experts at tracing missing beneficiaries and unknown next of kin.

Reunited With Long Lost Brother At Last

A 78-year-old man who was united with his brother after living his whole life without knowing him has spoken of their reunion.

Finders On Newstalk With Pat Kenny

Finders on newstalk with Pat Kenny

M.D Daniel Curran On Radio RTE 2FM With Dave Fanning

Daniel Curran on Radio RTE 2FM with Dave Fanning

Finders On Radio RTE 2FM With Tubridy

Padraic Grennan on the Tubridy show

Finders On Today FM, Radio Ireland With Anton Savage

Padraic Grennan on the Anton Savage show

Finders on C103 Cork with Patricia Messenger

Finders on C103 with Patricia Messenger

Finders On RTE Radio1 With Richard Curran

Finders on RTE Radio1 with Richard Curran

Starting Your Irish Family Tree Research

Setting out on your journey to discover your Irish ancestors? Here are some tips from Genealogy Ireland experts for how you can find out more about your family tree…

Finders International Ireland Attends Inaugural AGM for the IAPPR

Finders International is one of the founder members of the International Association of Professional Probate Researchers Genealogists and Heir Hunters (IAPPR) which held its inaugural AGM in September...

Bostonherald : An unknowing Bostonian could be heir to $700G

Your great aunt Lizzie or great grandma Eliza could be your link to a $700,000 cash windfall thanks to a stranded inheritance in a Royal bank account in London.

Finding Next of Kin for Councils

Did you know that Finders Ireland works with councils, hospitals and coroners in Ireland to find people’s next of kin for free?

NY Workers Raise Money for Belfast Connolly Centre

New York transport workers have given the go-ahead to create a new interpretative centre in Belfast that focuses on James Connolly.

House Prices to Rise Unless ‘Drastic’ Action Taken

An Irish property website has warned that house prices in Ireland will continue to rise for the next five to ten years unless drastic action is taken.

Census Results Show Irish Population in Good Health

Almost 6 in 10 people in Ireland reckon they enjoy very good health, according to the latest results issued by the Central Statistics Office.

Finders International has been featured in the Parchment magazine

Probate genealogy company Finders International has recently launched a new service across Ireland relating to vacant and derelict properties.

ireland-property-crisis

Finders International feature on RTE documentary: Ireland’s Property Crisis

This clip shows our Dublin office manager Padraic Grennan working on a case involving a derelict property in Co. Waterford. The property had been vacant for over 30 years and the case featured in a recent RTE documentary called “Ireland’s Property Crisis”.

Dementia - Ireland

Dementia Cases To Triple

One issue that is in the news often these days is dementia. In Ireland, cases of dementia are set to triple over the next 25 years, according to one expert.

Finders IE on Cork 103

Business development Manager Padraic Grennan joins Patricia Messinger on Cork Today. Padraic again, hot on the topic about Finders new service regarding derelict properties.

Finders IE on Northernsound 27 04 17

Padraic Grennan joins Tessa Fleming on northernsound.ie. Padraic enlightens listeners to our new services regarding derelict properties.

An old war medal and its rightful owner

An appeal was made recently on RTE Radio 1’s “Liveline” programme by a member of the public who had found an old war medal and wished for it to be returned to its rightful owner.

Inherit property you knew nothing about? It can happen

We are the people who knock on the door to say your long lost Uncle Jimmy has left you an inheritance. That’s what we do.

Padraic Grennan on newstalk

Padraic Grennan speaks to Bobby Kerr from Newstalk FM about our office in Dublin and how we can help with derelict properties.

Unfaithful Girlfriend Challenges Inheritance Right

Here at Finders Ireland, we’re used to stories about inheritance battles but this one featured
in the Indy Star recently piqued our interest in particular.

Generational Inheritance Inequalities

A recent Institute for Fiscal Studies briefing note shows that today’s elderly population has more wealth to bequeath than previous generations, thanks to rising home ownership rates and house prices.

Seven Ways To Spend The Kids Inheritance

Ever heard of the old Irish saying, “Only a fool would die solvent”? Nowadays, that
sentiment resonates with many.

Number Of Paupers’ Funerals On The Rise

The cost of dying continues to rise, placing more pressure on councils that have to pay for ‘paupers’ funerals’.

Family Discussions: The Taboo Of Inheritance

While wealthier benefactors are more likely to have a will in place, this does not mean they
have discussed their plans with their heirs.

Finders IE John Masterson Of KCLR96fm

Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with John Masterson of KCLR96fm.

Finders IE Alison Curtis Of Today FM

Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with Alison Curtis of Today FM.

NEW FUNERAL FUND LAUNCHED

Finders International has launched a significant social initiative aimed at benefiting hard-pressed local authorities and hospitals.

19th Century Crimes In Ireland

Stone-throwing, ferret stealing and harsh punishments for tiny sum thefts, there’s no doubt crime was different in 19th Century Ireland as this fascinating article in Ireland’s Independent News & Media shows.

Probate And Genealogy Association Launched

A new association has recently been launched for the industry of probate genealogy research with the aim of providing a single authoritative source of opinion and advice.

Genealogy Ireland – The A-Z Of Terms, Part 1

If you are looking into your Irish family tree, you will come across certain genealogical terms. Most of them are straightforward, but some require further explanation.

Ensuring Your Pet Is Provided For After Your Death

Did you know that 61 percent of all Irish households own either a cat or a dog, and that 91 percent of them think of their cat or dog as a member of their own family?

Uncomfortable Conversations – Death

In our line of work – probate genealogy or heir hunting as it’s commonly known – we often need to have uncomfortable conversations.

Leaving Money To Charity When You Die

The late actor Alan Rickman reportedly left some £100,000 in his will to various charities.

The Irish Wake And Modern Funeral Options In Ireland

These days, funerals can take many different forms and in modern-day Ireland there are plenty of options for the final send-off.

The Downsides Of A Large Inheritance

Is there a downside to inheriting a fortune? Nothing obvious springs to mind, but perhaps that’s superficial.

Centenarians In Ireland

At the last official count (2014), there were more than 400 centenarians in Ireland – and an exclusive group of super centenarians (all of them women) who have lived past the age of 110.

Ireland: Inheritance Rights Explained

What inheritance rights apply in Ireland? Recent changes to the laws have extended inheritance rights to civil partners and co-habitants, but the rights are complex.

Weird And Wonderful Will Bequests

Hair taken from the dead man’s head, a birthday and enough money for a great wake party – that’s just some of the weird and wonderful things people have left in their wills.

Irish Passports: EU Vote Doesn’t Change Eligibility

Following last week’s Brexit vote, there has been a rush of people in the UK applying for Irish passports.

Need Genealogy Ireland Experts?

Do you need genealogy Ireland experts for media purposes? If so, Finders Ireland can help.

O’Donnell Brother Reunited

Brothers Fred and Jimmy O’Donnell spent 80 years apart. Their Irish mother gave birth out of wedlock, first to Jimmy, who was placed in an orphanage, and later to Fred, who grew up in a Catholic boy’s institution.

Finders International On Ireland AM

Finders International has an office in Dublin & business development manager Padraic Grennan joined Ireland: AM to have a chat about a case we have recently helped on.

Cost Of Dying Around The World [Infographic]

If the cost of living is rising, what about the cost of dying?

Finders International Feature On Ireland’s Anton Savage Show

Padraic Grennan on Ireland’s Anton Savage show

An Irish Inheritance Scam – How To Avoid Being Caught Out

Recently a respected Dublin law firm was contacted by an Australian man who had received a letter, purportedly from them, regarding a potential inheritance.

Irish Sisters Look To Britain In Search For Missing Mother

TWO Irish women who have not seen their mother in over 50 years are hoping the Irish community in Britain can help them locate her.

Kelly Twins Update With Finders On Corks Red FM

Padraic Grennan talks to Neil Prendeville on Corks Red FM with an update to the case of the Irish Kelly twins, Bill and John.

Removable Cousins – What This Genealogical Term Means

If the BBC Series 10 Heir Hunters is of interest to you or you have been investigating family history research, then you may well have heard terms such as second cousin once removed.

Missing Beneficiary Indemnity Insurance – Why It Might Be Necessary

One of the services offered by Finders International is missing beneficiary indemnity insurance, but what exactly is this?

Genealogists Ireland

Are you looking for genealogists in Ireland? If so, you have come to the right place.

Overseas Assets Searches

Did you know that one of the services that Finders International offers is overseas asset searches?

Finders On RedFM With Neil Prendeville Pt.2

Padraic Grennan on RedFM with Neil Prendeville Pt.2

Search For The Next Of Kin Of Estranged Irish Twins

A massive search went underway today (Thursday 18th Feb) for the next-of-kin of two Irish brothers who died within weeks of each other in London, and who potentially may be buried there in paupers’ graves.

Finders On Corks 96fm With PJ Coogan

Padraic Grennan on Corks 96fm with PJ Coogan

Finders On RedFM With Neil Prendeville

Padraic Grennan on RedFM with Neil Prendeville

How To Create A Family Wall In Your Home

While it’s common for people to create family photo walls, adding in history about your family adds another level of interest – fascinating for your family and interesting to any visitors that come to your home. It will certainly be a talking point.

ITV This Morning Featuring MD Daniel Curran

The #HeirHunters have landed!

Your Family Tree And How We Can Help

As we are in the business of seeking out missing wills and the next of kin when people die intestate (in other words, without a valid will), our research often means we encounter families torn apart by different circumstances.

Lunacy Act Replaced By Assisted Decision Making Provisions

Ireland’s national parliament (the Oireachtas) has repealed the 144-year-old lunacy act.

Irish Surnames – The Origins

Here at Finders Ireland, we find surnames incredibly interesting as you might imagine. The surname is usually the first clue we have to go on when we work to locate the rightful beneficiaries to an estate.

Long-Lost Brothers Celebrate Their First Christmas Together After 80 Years Apart

Two brothers who spent 80 years unaware of each other’s existence are celebrating their first Christmas together.

Adoption – Finders International Can Help

One of the perhaps lesser-known services offered by Finders International is that we can help you search for birth parents or relatives if you were adopted as a child.

Half Of Irish People Not Prepared For Death

Did you know that only three in ten Irish people have drafted a will and 50 percent have made no preparations for death?

Preparing A Will In Ireland

Finders International deals mainly with the estates of people who have died intestate, so a crucial part of our advice to the general population is to make a will as soon as possible.

A Grant Of Probate And What It Means

Following a bereavement in a family comes the difficult reality of the legal process called probate. Here we explain exactly what this means and how it works when it comes to grant of probate.

Irish-American Connections

Did you know that some 40 million Americans currently claim Irish heritage? Here at Finders International, we are well aware of the Irish-American connections as finding the rightful heirs to an estate can often lead us to the US.

Where There’s No Will, There’s Still A Way To Find Heirs To Estates

Filming for the 10th series of BBC show Heir Hunters is to take place in Ireland this autumn and will feature searches for the beneficiaries of deceased Irish people’s estates.

What To Do If You Are Contacted By An Heir Hunter

Nowadays, people are more familiar with the work of probate genealogists or heir hunters as they are more commonly known, thanks to programmes such as BBC1’s Heir Hunters, and information available online.

The Intestacy Jigsaw

The distribution of an estate as specified by a will is often a challenging matter with extensive legal documentation becoming the bugbear of law firms instructed to carry out the wishes of the Deceased.

Over €2.4 Million Unclaimed From People Who Died Without Wills

More than €2.4 million in unclaimed money is being held in the State’s coffers from the estates of people who died and left no wills and no known beneficiaries, new figures show.

MULLINGAR HEIR MYSTERY

MULLINGAR HEIR MYSTERY: Someone in Mullingar could be entitled to a €700,000 windfall

Heir Hunters Seek Lost Relatives Of Man Called Curran In Ballina

A HUNT is under way for the Ballina descendants of a single man who died without a will in London in 2012.

Irish Law Gazette Champions Finders International’s Arrival In Ireland

Assisting law firms throughout Britain since 1997, probate genealogists Finders International are regarded as experts at tracing missing beneficiaries and unknown next of kin.

Reunited With Long Lost Brother At Last

A 78-year-old man who was united with his brother after living his whole life without knowing him has spoken of their reunion.

Finders On Newstalk With Pat Kenny

Finders on newstalk with Pat Kenny

M.D Daniel Curran On Radio RTE 2FM With Dave Fanning

Daniel Curran on Radio RTE 2FM with Dave Fanning

Finders On Radio RTE 2FM With Tubridy

Padraic Grennan on the Tubridy show

Finders On Today FM, Radio Ireland With Anton Savage

Padraic Grennan on the Anton Savage show

Finders on C103 Cork with Patricia Messenger

Finders on C103 with Patricia Messenger

Finders On RTE Radio1 With Richard Curran

Finders on RTE Radio1 with Richard Curran

Finders Help The Herald In Reuniting Long Lost Brothers

An 80-year-old man who believed all his life he was an only child has received confirmation this week he has a 78-year-old brother.

Finders International Expanding – Dublin Office Opens

This week, we thought we could celebrate the opening of our new Dublin office – Suite 5073, Unit 1, 77 Sir John Rogerson’s quay, Dublin – by taking a look at some popular Irish surnames and explain their origins.

Private: The Whys, Whats And Wherefores Of Statutory Wills

Finders International has worked on numerous cases where a statutory will application has been made. Usually it is the case that next of kin need to be researched and traced as soon as possible and we are happy to meet any deadlines involved.

New War Diaries Collections Are Now Online

The anniversary of the start of the First World War last year encouraged a huge surge of interest from people investigating the part their ancestors played in the conflict.

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